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NYC officials overseeing expansion of 'micro-apartment' development, as Agenda 21 pushes Americans into population-dense urban centers

Source: Natural News, by J. D. Heyes

If you’ve never heard of Agenda 21 – as in, an agenda for the 21st century – it is probably time that you familiarized yourself with it, because it’s a very real concept being pursued globally by a cabal of elitist masterminds who want nothing more than to control and “manage” every aspect of our lives. 378 more words

Agenda 21

More Sustained Growth for Cupertino with Smart Growth

Smart Growth was originally developed to help cities undergoing rapid growth to do it in a more sustained manner with sensitivity to its impact on the environment.  1,071 more words

Considerations

Smart and Connected Communities Have Tightly Integrated Physical Networks

The National Science Foundation announced on the morning of September 14th that they are spearheading a White House initiative to “Cultivate Smart and Connected Communities… 1,004 more words

Black Males & Their Historical Crime Rates

Black Males & Their Historical Crime Rates

According to the U.S. Census the Negro population in 1900 was 8,833,994… and 87% of the Negroes still lived in the South. 345 more words

Truths

Does God Really Love Cities More?

The seminary program I’m in is one focused on urban centers, and to that end we end up reading writings by a crew of pastors and theologians and who want to give a theological emphasis to cities. 1,040 more words

Christianity/Theology

Binghamton in words and photos

A very interesting take on a trip to Binghamton NY with lots of great photos by Arian Horbovetz.  https://ariandavidphotography.wordpress.com/2015/05/28/binghamton-a-city-of-two-tales/

One slight quibble: The renewed arts scene in downtown Binghamton was not largely the work of the young artists. 164 more words

Blogging

Black CEO’s/C-Suite Executives meet With Republican Congressional LeadersTo Discuss Economic and Sustainable Growth in Urban Centers

WASHINGTON — Republican Policy makers are often criticized for not understanding or supporting policies that reflect all of America particularly our Urban Centers.

That changed when a bipartisan group of over 55 black CEO’s/C-suite executives came to Washington DC, Wednesday, July 8th to participate in The Committee of 40’s Black CEO/C-Suite Summit with Republican Congressional Leaders. 519 more words

Business